The Other Ones Live at Lakewood Ampitheater on 1998-06-25
Playin in the Band > Baby Blue, Tennessee Jed, Down the Road, Jack-A-Roe, West L.A. Fadeaway, Scarlet Begonias > Fire on the Mountain, Hell in a Bucket, The Way It Is > Playin Jam > Banyan Tree > Drumz/Space > Playin Jam > Uncle John's Band > Playin Reprise
Collection TheOtherOnesBand/Artist The Other OnesVenue Lakewood AmpitheaterLocation Atlanta, GASource DAUD(Nak 300's w/ CP4 > D7) > DAT > CDRLineage CDR > EAC > CDWAV > mkwact
- Furthur Festival; Hot Tuna and Rusted Root opened
- some clipping on waveforms but no significant audio consequences
- seamless across disks 1 and 2
Source: DAUD(Nak 300's w/ CP4 > D7)
Lineage: DAT > CDR
Encoding: EAC > CDWAV > mkwact by Matt Vernon
Thanks to David Minor for the source cds.
June 25, 2013
Playin' in the Sax
This show is at least somewhat historically significant, being the first show of the summer '98 tour that featured the first real incarnation of GD band members (Bobby, Phil and Mickey) playing together since Jerry's death. The lineup also includes Bruce Hornsby, David Ellis on sax. John Molo replaces Billy on drums, while Steve Kimock and Mark Karan attempt to jointly fill the Garcia hole
The show gets started with a strong Playing that crashes into Bobby singing Baby Blue in a strange placement. Sax solo is very sweet and Phil sings the chorus a few times at the end, perhaps to emphasize that this is the beginning of something new.
Lots of crowd energy and response during Tennessee Jed and when Garcia is mentioned in Down the Road.
Phil sings Jack-a-Roe, while Bobby takes lead on West LA.
The Scarlet is bright and bouncy, with wonderful lead guitar playing from Kimock.
The 10 minute Drumz packs a lot into a little time, emerging with a saxophone-led Playing jam. Uncle John's Band has a Caribbean lilt to it and plunges seamlessly back into the Playin' Reprise to close a satisfying set of music.
Worth hearing for the Playin jams, Scarlet and